North Station, in Boston, Massachusetts, stands not just as a major transportation hub but also as a historical landmark. Situated in the West End neighbourhood, this station is one of the city’s primary railroad stations and intercity bus terminals, providing links to various locales throughout the Northeastern United States and Canada.
To travel from Boston Logan Airport to North Station, you have a couple of different transportation options; you can take a taxi or private transfer, or opt for a combination trip of a shuttle bus and two subway lines. You can easily get from Boston Logan Airport to North Station by taxi. The journey takes about 10 minutes and a local cab costs around $25 (€24), depending on traffic conditions. Alternatively, you could opt for the cost-effective route that involves a blend of walking, hopping on a shuttle bus, and transitioning between two MBTA subway lines (Blue and Orange). This journey costs is admittedly way more complicated but costs just $2.40 (€2.30) per traveller, taking around 30 minutes, excluding wait times.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Boston at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.